Police say a man arrested for marijuana possession inside public housing in Hoboken, New Jersey, was High.
Hakem High, 25, of Hoboken, was arrested early on Sunday on charges of possession of marijuana with intent to distribute, and possession within 1,000 feet of a school and within 500 feet of public housing.
"Ironic," Sgt. Edgardo Cruz, a Hoboken Police spokesman, said of the suspect's name.
High was also charged with aggravated assault, as well as trespassing on public housing property, Cruz said.
Officers responded at 5am to a report of an assault inside a third-floor apartment in a building operated by the Hoboken Housing Authority, Cruz said.
Police found the victim with a black eye, and arrested High who was then found to be carrying 16 small zip-lock bags containing marijuana, Cruz said.
He said the victim was treated at Hoboken University Medical Center.
High was released pending a court appearance on Sept. 14.